Food & shelf stable milk donated to Great Plains by Cass-Clay & NDSU SAAC

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) – Cass-Clay Creamery and North Dakota State University’s Student-Athlete Advisory Council make big food and milk donations to Great Plains Food Bank. It comes as the nonprofit says milk is in urgent need, is one of the most requested items, and not often donated, at food pantries. Cass-Clay delivered more than 24,000 shelf stable Giving Cow milks….

Say Cheese! & Others Celebrate National Cheese Lovers Day

WEST FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — Today is National Cheese Lovers day, not to be confused with National Cheese Day which is on June 4. local businesses and cheese enthusiasts are celebrating by enjoying their favorite foods. There are over 1,400 varieties of cheese, in the United States with California and Wisconsin producing the most cheese. Dairy farms across North Dakota…

Great Plains Food Bank Helps Families in Valley City With Mobile Food Pantry

The last time they were in Valley City, they served just over 200 families.

VALLEY CITY, N.D.- The organization has been driving to different locations across the state and distributing food to make sure families know where their next meal is coming from. “There are so many people that are in need that can’t get ahead unless they have the resources that they need immediately to fill their needs, so that’s what I’m aiming…

Cass-Clay Recalls Limited Quantity of 1% Low Fat Gallon Milk

Cass-Clay says drinking the milk may result in a temporary burning sensation.

FARGO, N.D.–Cass-Clay of Fargo is recalling a limited number of one percent low-fat gallon milk after determining that sanitizer was accidentally added to the milk during production. The recall is for milk gallons with a best by date of March 19 and a time stamp between 4:30 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. This information can be found on the back of…

Locals Stock Up On Winter Items As Conditions Are Expected to Deteriorate

We spoke to locals to see what items they like to have on their homes.

FARGO, N.D.- As classes have been cancelled for most high school students in the area, many are taking advantage and having a day in. “Breakfast food, milk, pizza, drinks, and then like snacks, cause we’re just going to watch movies and not do very much,” says Morgan, a high school student. These students are happy to stay at home for…

Ellison Agrees to Help School Districts Afford Milk for Students

Ellison said the agreement with Dairy Farmers of America will make it easier for those districts to buy milk.

ST. PAUL, Minn.–Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison says his office has reached an agreement to help more than 40 school districts afford to buy milk for students through 2030. Ellison said Tuesday the agreement with Kansas-based Dairy Farmers of America will make it easier for those districts to buy school milk at affordable prices for the next decade. Last year,…

Congressmen Peterson & Emmer Discuss Dairy Revenue Protection at Bipartisan Town Hall

MELROSE, Minn. –¬†Congressmen Collin Peterson and Tom Emmer held a bipartisan town hall on agriculture in Stearns County. Peterson, the Chairman of the House Agriculture Committee, discussed the importance of the Dairy Revenue Protection in the new farm bill. It’s an area-based program to insure against an unexpected drop in the revenue from milk sales. The expected revenue is based…

Starbucks Unveils New Horchata Frappuccino

Horchata is a milk drink made popular in Mexico and Central America and it is spiced with cinnamon and vanilla

  NATIONAL — If you missed out on Starbucks’ Unicorn Frappuccino, then you’ll want to make sure to check out their new creation. Starbucks has begun selling their Horchata Almond Milk Frappuccino in their shops across the country and Canada. Horchata is a milk drink made popular in Mexico and Central America and it is spiced with cinnamon and vanilla….

Experiments with KVRR Meteorologist Scott Sincoff: Rainbow Milk

Fun, Easy, Kid-Friendly Science Experiments

FARGO, ND — This week, Meteorologist Scott Sincoff did a fun and easy science experiment, with Dr. Graeme Wyllie, Coordinator of the Concordia Science Academy. The experiment was¬†Rainbow Milk. Here’s What You’ll Need: Saucer Milk Dish Soap Q-Tip or Dropper Many Different Colors of Food Coloring How to Make Rainbow Milk: Fill the saucer up with milk. Drop a variety…